May 23, 2005
The debate is whether property rights are truly inherent rights. Dada and a poster named Alice are arguing that property rights either do not exist as inherent rights (Dada), or if they do exist, they’re meaningless without the sanction of government (Alice). Eric and I, of course, are arguing the view that they’re inherent rights (with Eric doing most of the arguing, I think I’m simply a diversion).
So I recommend heading over and taking a look. You might learn something. I know I have.
The Liberty Papers»Blog Archive linked with Natural Rights doctrine - the missing piece
The Unrepentant Individual linked with The end of private property
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